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corpuscle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Biology
corpusclecor‧pus‧cle /ˈkɔːpəsəl, kɔːˈpʌ- $ ˈkɔːrpə-/ noun [countable]  HBone of the red or white cells in the blood
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corpuscleThere is not a corpuscle to spare between her lean, muscular frame and her black Diesel pants.Secondary qualities of objects are those arrangements of its corpuscles which cause certain ideas in us as sentient beings.Primary qualities belong not only to observable substances such as gold, but also to the minute corpuscles which make them up.They result from their real essences, the arrangement of corpuscles which make them up.
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